About Kelly Cutrone, CEO and Founder, People's Revolution
Kelly Cutrone is the CEO and Founder of the brand strategy and public relations firm People’s Revolution, which she founded in 1995. The firm has represented a variety of international clients including Jeremy Scott, Valentino, Christie’s Auction House, Thierry Mugler, Paco Rabanne, Vivienne Westwood, Agent Provocateur and many more.
Cutrone parlayed her industry stardom into television gold while appearing on MTV’s The Hills. Her presence on The Hills provided a portal into a world of fashion frenzy and feminism, quickly earning her a place in MTV’s offshoot The City where she was a mentor and boss to Whitney Port.
In 2010, within a year of The Hills and The City, Bravo network offered Cutrone her own show, Kell on Earth, which quickly became a cult hit. That same year Kelly also published her first book, a New York Times and National best seller, aptly titled If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You.
In 2011, Cutrone was chosen by Dr. Phil to appear as a special correspondent on his nationally syndicated “The Dr. Phil Show.” Kelly’s episodes focused on women’s issues. In addition, Harper One also released Cutrone’s follow up book, Normal Gets You Nowhere, where Cutrone continues to urge her readers to bridge the gap between consciousness and commerce.
Kelly Cutrone joined Tyra Banks as a judge on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 18 and 19, and has re-signed with CW network to appear on America's Next Top Model Cycle 20.
Kelly has also partnered with internationally renowned entrepreneur Chris Burch to create and launch the Electric Love Army. ELA is a women's clothing company that fuses fashion, power and pop culture into one unforgettable retail experience.